The teaching exemplars presented in this database represent a range of creative and inspiring approaches used at SCU that support student learning. Case studies have been selected as exemplars based on their ability to:
- engage learners or support learner engagement
- demonstrate capacity to be transferred to other teaching environments
- be easily implemented, and
- demonstrate sustainability over a number of years.
Each exemplar includes a description of the context, activity and impact on teaching and learning, as well as suggestions for others who may want to do something similar. You can browse the exemplars or search by discipline or technology.
Submitting an Exemplar
Case studies may be submitted by full-time or part-time academic and professional staff, either individually or as part of a team. There are no specified topics for exemplars, and each should describe the distinctive approach involved. Each exemplar is unique and reflects the diversity of ways in which university staff contribute to excellent learning and teaching at Southern Cross University.Case studies may be submitted at any time. Acceptance of a case study via a peer review process recognises the quality of the work of the individual or team.
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Updated: 29 January 2013